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07/05/2015 | After 'OK' bullpen, Faria no-hits Shuckers
Although he didn't feel great in his pregame bullpen session Saturday, Jacob Faria pitched seven hitless innings and struck out a career-high 14 in Double-A Montgomery's 7-2 win over Biloxi.

07/05/2015 | Spinners' Benintendi slugs first pro homer
Red Sox top Draft pick Andrew Benintendi slugged his first professional homer on his second straight two-hit night Saturday as Class A Short Season Lowell edged Tri-City, 6-5.

07/05/2015 | Almonte falls one out short of no-hitter
Working on being more aggressive, White Sox right-hander Yency Almonte fell one out shy of a no-hitter, striking out six as the Intimidators edged Augusta, 1-0.

07/05/2015 | Sans stride, Loons' Verdugo busts out
Since ditching an ill-advised leg kick from his swing last month, Alex Verdugo has been white hot. He picked up three more hits, including a homer, in Class A Great Lakes' 6-5 loss to West Michigan.

07/04/2015 | Yankees' Coshow shines in starting role
Former closer Cale Coshow allowed three hits over six innings and was credited with a rain-shortened shutout Saturday as Class A Advanced Tampa blanked Daytona, 2-0.

07/04/2015 | Zephyrs' Urena goes the distance
Jose Urena recorded his first career nine-inning complete game, tossing a five-hitter on Saturday night as Triple-A New Orleans blanked visiting Iowa, 7-0.

07/04/2015 | Toussaint records first win since trade
After walking five and hitting two batters in his Braves' debut, Touki Toussaint was disappointed rain ended a much sharper outing early on Saturday as Class A Rome topped Charleston, 1-0.

07/04/2015 | Prospect Roundup: Games of July 3
Cubs prospect Kyle Schwarber reached base five times, going 4-for-4 with three RBIs for Triple-A Iowa, and the D-backs' Brandon Drury lifted his PCL batting average to .372.

07/04/2015 | River Bandits' Bregman collects three hits
Alex Bregman, the second overall pick in this year's Draft, set career highs with three hits and three runs scored Friday night in Class A Quad Cities' 9-1 romp over Peoria.

07/04/2015 | Harrison, Helena survive Medina's big night
Monte Harrison ripped a career-best five hits and accounted for seven runs as Rookie-level Helena overcame Reydel Medina's three homers in a 12-9, 14-inning win at Billings.

07/04/2015 | Stankiewicz goes the distance for Salem
Teddy Stankiewicz turned in the first complete-game shutout of his career on Friday night, pitching a three-hitter and striking out nine as Class A Advanced Salem beat Myrtle Beach, 3-0.

07/04/2015 | Reyes fans career-high 12 in Gnats shutout
Scarlyn Reyes recorded a career-high 12 strikeouts and pitched a four-hitter for his second complete game as a pro Friday as Class A Savannah beat Augusta, 3-0, to split its doubleheader.

07/04/2015 | Drillers' Cotton rough on Corpus Christi
Jharel Cotton struck out seven and gave up four hits over six innings in his third Double-A start on Friday as Tulsa blanked visiting Corpus Christi, 5-0.

07/03/2015 | Threshers' Imhof shines before record crowd
In front of the largest crowd in team history, Matt Imhof allowed one hit over a career-high six innings Friday night as Class A Advanced Clearwater blanked visiting Tampa, 3-0.

07/03/2015 | Lujan's bat supports arm for Squirrels
After helping himself with an RBI single, Matt Lujan carried a no-hitter into the seventh on Friday night before Double-A Richmond fell at Harrisburg, 5-4, in 10 innings.

07/03/2015 | Doyle twirls two-hit gem for Baysox
Terry Doyle pitched a two-hitter and struck out eight en route to his second complete game of the season Friday night as Double-A Bowie cruised to a 7-0 victory over Akron.

07/03/2015 | Reds promote Stephenson to Triple-A
The Reds promoted on Friday promoted Robert Stephenson to Louisville, where the organization's top prospect was scheduled to make his Triple-A debut.

07/03/2015 | Bucs' Taillon to undergo surgery for hernia
Jameson Taillon suffered a setback in his return from Tommy John surgery, the Pirates announced Friday. Pittsburgh's No. 2 prospect will undergo surgery next week to repair an inguinal hernia and is likely to miss the rest of the season.

07/03/2015 | The Show Before the Show: Episode 14
On the latest Show Before the Show podcast, hosts Tyler Maun and Jake Seiner sit down to talk screwballs with the Rays' Brent Honeywell and preview the Futures Game.

07/03/2015 | Prospect Roundup: Games of July 2
In today's Prospect Roundup, the Giants' Mac Williamson gets four hits, the Royals' Jorge Bonifacio stays hot and the Angels' Roberto Baldoquin finally busts out.

07/03/2015 | Tides exec Rosenfield sets schedule
Since 1969, Norfolk Tides executive vice president Dave Rosenfield has spent roughly 200 hours per year setting the International League schedule by hand.

07/03/2015 | NWL notes: Hops' Reed exudes confidence
With a four-inning, no-hit performance in one start and an eight-strikeout game in the next, Arizona prospect Cody Reed has made his presence felt with Hillsboro in the Northwest League.

07/03/2015 | Toolshed: Evaluating Triple-A park factors
Albuquerque and Charlotte have the two most hitter-friendly parks in the Minors, while New Orleans and Sacramento are more favorable to pitchers,'s Sam Dykstra writes.

07/03/2015 | NYPL notes: Nats' Fedde feeling good
The 18th overall pick in the 2014 Draft, Erick Fedde had his pro debut delayed by Tommy John surgery. But after two starts this year for Auburn, the righty seems on his way to getting back on track.

07/03/2015 | Moore is more: Spokane infielder plates six
Texas prospect Dylan Moore hit a grand slam and doubled to collect six RBIs in his 13th professional game as Class A Short Season crushed Vancouver, 17-2.

07/03/2015 | Devils' Kennedy continues strong debut
San Diego right-hander Brett Kennedy continued his strong debut season with three more hitless innings Thursday night for Class A Short Season Tri-City.

07/03/2015 | Bach changes roles, still shines for Suns
Washington lefty Connor Bach moved back into the rotation after three straight relief outings and dominated over six innings tin Hagerstown's 5-0 win over Greensboro.

07/03/2015 | Outfielder Sturgeon picks up Portland win
Portland's Cole Sturgeon picked up the victory in his first professional pitching appearance and scored the game-winning run in a 6-5 win over New Hampshire.

07/02/2015 | Waszak takes no-no into seventh
Atlanta right-handed prospect Andrew Waszak gives up one run on one hit over 6 2/3 innings as Carolina defeated Winston-Salem, 3-1, on Thursday night.

07/02/2015 | Marshall goes distance for Rock Cats
Colorado right-hander Brett Marshall threw a three-hit shutout, striking out eight and walking two over nine innings in Double-A New Britain's 10-0 romp over Reading.

07/02/2015 | Appy notes: Jays have Wise guy on their side
Carl Wise made his stint in Bluefield short, going 8-for-31 in seven games before earning a promotion to Vancouver. Still, the third baseman is adjusting after becoming a fourth-round pick last month.

07/02/2015 | Wahoos' Wright makes best 2015 start
Cincinnati right-hander Daniel Wright gave up two hits and struck out six over seven shutout innings to earn his fourth win as Pensacola edged Jacksonville, 2-1, on Thursday.

07/02/2015 | Mets' Ynoa throws one-hit shutout
No. 11 Mets prospect Gabriel Ynoa picked up his fourth career complete-game shutout Thursday, allowing just one hit as Double-A Binghamton blanked Erie, 5-0.

07/02/2015 | Tigers first-rounder Stewart homers in rout
Tigers first-round pick Christin Stewart homered and fifth-rounder Cam Gibson blasted a grand slam to lead Connecticut past Lowell, 11-2, on Thursday night.

07/02/2015 | Mets catcher Abreu suspended 80 games
Mets' Minor League catcher Adrian Abreu was suspended for 80 games without pay Thursday after testing positive for a banned steroid.

07/02/2015 | Track international free agent signings
The Major League Baseball international free agent signing period opened for business Thursday. Find out where's top 30 prospects have signed so far.

07/02/2015 | MWL notes: Jays' Reid-Foley 'not afraid'
When he's not keeping tabs on how his brother David is doing with Great Lakes, Lansing starter Sean Reid-Foley is refining a fastball-changeup combination that has produced 79 strikeouts in 15 games.

07/02/2015 | Banuelos, Davidson among IL All-Stars
The International League revealed its preliminary roster for the Triple-A All-Star Game on July 15 in Omaha.

07/02/2015 | Prospect Roundup: Games of July 1
In today's Prospect Roundup, the Pirates' Alen Hanson hits a homer, the Brewers' Clint Coulter rips three doubles and the Red Sox's Rafael Devers powers up.

07/02/2015 | Pioneer notes: Diaz displaying maturity
Missoula shortstop Isan Diaz doesn't play a brand of baseball that relegates him as just another up-and-comer. It's a confident style patterned after one of his favorite players growing up.

07/02/2015 | SAL notes: Daris determined to get ahead
After switching his focus from football to baseball in college, Atlanta Braves outfield prospect Joseph Daris has grown exponentially as an overall player this season for the Rome Braves.

07/02/2015 | Jimenez clubs second homer in two games
Cubs' No. 9 prospect Eloy Jimenez went 3-for-3 with a solo shot to boost Class A Short Season Eugene to a 6-2 victory over Hillsboro on Wednesday night.

07/02/2015 | Nuts' Musgrave hurls seven one-hit innings
Harrison Musgrave allowed one hit over seven innings to become the first 10-game winner in the California League as Modesto cruised past Bakersfield, 8-1, on Wednesday night.

07/02/2015 | Godley posts zeros in Double-A debut
The D-backs promoted Zack Godley before the California League All-Star Break, but he had to wait until Wednesday to pitch five scoreless innings in his Double-A debut for Mobile.

07/01/2015 | Giolito nearly perfect out of P-Nats 'pen
Lucas Giolito pitched seven innings of hitless relief as Class A Advanced Potomac came within two outs of a no-hitter in a 4-0 blanking of Frederick on Wednesday night.

07/01/2015 | Pirates' Tucker collects first four-hit game
Cole Tucker set his sights on establishing an approach this season. He thinks he's done that and that led to his first four-hit game as West Virginia beat Kannapolis, 11-4.

07/01/2015 | Reed finds new way into Cal record book
A.J. Reed started the eighth triple play of the Minor League season and smacked his league-leading 20th homer as Lancaster fell to Inland Empire, 8-7, on Wednesday.

07/01/2015 | Long shines after Triple-A promotion
After taking six-plus years to earn a Triple-A rotation spot, Nate Long proved he belonged Wednesday, tossing seven innings in Nashville's 2-0 win over Colorado Springs.

07/01/2015 | Cal notes: Quakes' Bird sticking to stretch
Dodgers prospect Zack Bird has found success on the mound after pitching exclusively out of the stretch for Rancho Cucamonga, a move he thinks will keep him on the baseball radar.

07/01/2015 | Brault all but unhittable for Curve
Steven Brault faced one over the minimum, allowing just a fifth-inning double while fanning five over seven innings as Altoona blanked Trenton, 2-0, on Wednesday.

07/01/2015 | Mets' Badamo allows one hit in first win
Tyler Badamo allowed one hit over seven dominant innings in his third start of the year as Brooklyn blanked Hudson Valley, 7-0, in a combined two-hitter on Wednesday night.

07/01/2015 | Twins to promote prospect Sano to Majors
The Minnesota Twins will promote No. 2 prospect Miguel Sano to the Majors on Thursday, a source told Sano,'s No. 9 prospect, is expected to join the Twins before their game tomorrow and replace designated hitter Kennys Vargas, who was optioned to Double-A Chattanooga on Wednesday.

07/01/2015 | O'Brien, Conley elected PCL All-Stars
D-backs No. 7 prospect Peter O'Brien and No. 7 Marlins prospect Adam Conley were among those elected to the Pacific Coast League All-Star team, which was announced Wednesday.

07/01/2015 | Crawford, Bell highlight EL All-Stars
Top Phillies prospect J.P. Crawford and third-ranked Pirates farmhand Josh Bell headline the 2015 Eastern League Eastern and Western Division All-Star rosters.

07/01/2015 | In Lynchburg, the story of a baseball name
At Calvin Falwell Field, home of the Lynchburg Hillcats, everybody knows Jimmy Wright -- if not by that name. He goes by "Salad Bar," a nickname given to him by two Major League All-Stars.

07/01/2015 | Prospect Roundup: Games of June 30
Colorado prospect Ryan McMahon went 3-for-5 with a walk-off hit for Class A Advanced Modesto, and the Giants' Tyler Beede allowed one run in a strong start for the Double-A Flying Squirrels.

07/01/2015 | Crooked Numbers: Three nights in Reading
Over three games against two opponents from June 11-13, the Double-A Fightin Phils saw five of six decisions go to position players. Plus, a manager's mistake leads to trouble.

07/01/2015 | Stock Watch: Confident Kepler on rise
Manager Doug Mientkiewicz and hitting coach Chad Allen asked Max Kepler to pull the ball more this year. The result? A breakout campaign for the 22-year-old German.

07/01/2015 | FSL notes: Jays' Hoffman humming along
Dunedin's Jeff Hoffman went ninth overall in the 2014 Draft, despite having Tommy John surgery less than a month earlier, and the 6-foot-4 flame-thrower is proving the Blue Jays made the right move.

07/01/2015 | Carolina notes: Nats' Giolito taking control
A friendly wager has Nationals top prospect Lucas Giolito looking to work longer into games with Class A Advanced Potomac. It's sharpening his composure and control in tight situations.